Structure of Part 1

The remaining chapters of Part 1 are as follows:

Chapter 2 discusses how accessibility assessment can fit into government policy using a cross-sectoral approach based on experience in the UK and Europe.

Chapter 3 provides an overview of accessibility indicators and their use in practice. It also discusses accessibility indicators, deterrence factors, the steps involved in calculating accessibility and how accessibility can be reported.

Chapter 4 outlines accessibility modelling approaches and the capabilities of existing transport and bespoke accessibility models.

Chapter 5 suggests a practical approach for implementing accessibility assessment in New Zealand based on the implementation of a comprehensive accessibility framework. It describes how model structure, indicators and evaluation might be tested and monitored in the New Zealand context.

Chapter 6 provides conclusions to Part 1.